Time to Change Plans?
By, Dan Steward
Here we are well into May with a great deal of spring fieldwork yet to be done. Since things rarely seem to go as planned in farming, here are a few pointers to consider as you dodge raindrops to get the crops in.
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With the operating costs of farming on the rise, finding ways to save money is crucial. One of the best methods to manage increasing costs is to be more efficient with nutrients. Good nutrient efficiency means lower fertilizer expenses and higher yields. Cornell has developed a program to calcula
The results of the February 22nd Board of Directors election are as follows:
John Borer (re-elected for a 2nd term)
Greg Chamberlain (re-elected for a 2nd term)
Jerry Hull (newly elected)
Congratulations and thank you to everyone.
The 2021 Corn Grain Trial results are in and full results are available at: https://wnycma.com/testplots.
Western New York Crop Management would like to extend a big thank you to the seed companies: Brevant Seeds, Hubner Seed, Local Seed Co.
Alfalfa and grass must be confused. March started out fairly warm and dry. Alfalfa, which very much develops according to heat, took off. Then April was cold and quite wet and things quit growing. May has been dryer but still cold with a few warmer days. Growth has been by stops and starts.Read More →